Absent Kelly's Cafe Indie: Montrell

Cafe 1001, Brick Lane - London.

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Full Line Up: Montrell, Joe Peace, The Salt, Meister, The Receivers, Jake FJ

East London’s Café 1001 sees another night full of exciting new indie from promoters Absent Kelly this March.

Following a sell out show at West London's Notting Hill Arts Club and a Sofar Session, headlining is London four piece Montrell. These guys play delightfully laid back indie pop, with an undeniable groove that has seen them bag a ton of great reviews thus far. After spending the summer of 2017 on the grass roots festival circuit, we’re expecting even bigger and better things from these guys this year!

Providing support is Joe Peace and his band. Joe’s catchy pop has seen him championed by BBC Introducing and play huge venues including the NEC in Birmingham. With so much under his belt already, we can’t wait to see what this promising artist is going to do next!

West Country indie rockers, The Salt will be there too. Having played numerous festivals including Jurassic Fields and Anonymous Festival, and with members who have played alongside everyone from PJ Harvey to The Wurzels, you won’t want to miss this promising young band!

Kent trio Meister play indie rock, packed full of anthemic choruses and catchy hooks. This signature sound has seen them invited to play Camden Rocks Festival and Wheels & Fins Festival alongside big names like Reef.

The Receivers are a York based four piece that play Indie Rock music with hints of pop and psychedelia. This sound has seen them bag radio airplay and get to the finals of the INMUSIC competition this year.

Opening the show is Jake FJ, a singer-songwriter who plays delightfully soulful acoustic blues with an incredibly gravelly and unique voice that is seeing him bag slots at some of the Capital’s best known grass roots venues.